Batajnica Air Base.
Category. Statistic.
Location. Serbia.
Opened in. Built in 1947, but opened in 1951.
Closed in. Still open.
Operated by. Serbian DoD.
Owned by. Serbian Air-force.
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Batajnica Air Base control tower during Batajnica Airshow, 2012

Batajnica's control tower.

MiG-21 bis Batajnica, september 13, 2009

A MiG-21 gate guardian at Batajnica. Author: Srđan Popović.


Batajnica Air Base was devastated in a 25 day NATO bombing raid in During the 1999. 2 USAF F-16 fighter jets visited Batajnica airbase in June 2006, the first since the NATO bombing.

Their are plans for it to open to civil aircraft in the near future. Charter and diverted Serbian flights have laded at the air base on occasion since the fall of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s.

See alsoEdit

  1. Noteworthy Air bases
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